Originally Posted by GM A Tech
the other is check the air pressure. When I took delivery of mine I also felt the ride extremely firm and bouncy. I have set the pressure to 32psi from the dealer set 45psi (A Holes).
I was going to suggest the same thing......I'd suspect the dealer (in your case) has not re-set the tire pressure properly during PDI. The tires are intentionally over-inflated when the vehicle rolls off the assembly line to minimize tire "flat spotting" and bounce while the vehicle in question is cranked down on the transport truck. Check your inflation guide booklet in your glovebox...there's recommended pressures for "light" load and "maximum" load situations. For better fuel economy, run your tire pressure 2-3 psi or so above the recommended pressure, as long as it's within the limits of the max psi as stated on the tire sidewall.
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